Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) testing are crucial processes in the development and certification of electronic and electrical devices. These tests ensure that these devices operate reliably in their intended electromagnetic environments and do not cause harmful interference to other devices.
EMC vs. EMI:
Why EMC/EMI Testing is Important:
In summary, EMC/EMI testing is a critical step in the development and certification of electronic and electrical devices, ensuring they meet regulatory requirements, operate reliably, and do not disrupt other devices or systems. Testing facilities and adherence to standards are essential for achieving compliance and delivering high-quality products to the market.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Testing: Facilities to simulate and evaluate the effects of static electricity discharges on electronic devices.
Electrical Fast Transient (EFT) Testing: Equipment to simulate and test devices for transient voltage surges and spikes.
Surge Testing: Facilities to test devices for their resistance to voltage surges caused by lightning strikes or other disturbances.
Voltage Dips and Interruptions Testing: Equipment to assess how devices respond to short-term interruptions or reductions in the power supply voltage AC & DC.
Power Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity Test: we are equipped with a dedicated test area specifically designed for Power Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity Testing. Within this controlled environment, we have the necessary infrastructure and calibrated equipment, including magnetic field generators, to create power frequency magnetic fields at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, matching the standard AC power frequencies in different regions. This enables us to conduct precise and repeatable tests without the need for external testing facilities.
Pulse Magnetic Field Immunity Test: Facilities include specialized equipment for Pulse Magnetic Field Immunity Testing. Pulse magnetic field generators capable of simulating transient magnetic field disturbances such as those caused by lightning strikes, switching operations, or other electromagnetic disturbances. Our controlled laboratory environment ensures accurate and consistent testing conditions.